Through the Sandbox Lens #54 — An Enchanting Prague Canal

Posted by on Aug 20, 2013 in Czech - Prague, Through the Sandbox Lens | 13 comments

I was going through photos this week and came across this gorgeous shot taken at Prague’s Kampa Island, easily accessible from the Charles Bridge. I spent quite a bit of time on Kampa Island, visiting the museums, the John Lennon Wall, and eating in the restaurants. I would love to go back. Have you visited Kampa Island? What did you think?

Prague Canal


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This post is my contribution to Wanderlust Wednesday, hosted by Time Travel Plans.

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  1. Hi Nancie, that’s beautiful photo of the Devi’s Streaml!
    Kampa Island is one of my favorite part of Prague. I loved its quaintness and charm. And for such a tiny island it has too much to offer – great museum, good restaurants, beautiful canal, colorful buildings, etc. Thanks for bringing back memories.

  2. No I have never been to this part of Europe, but this walk along the river looks lovely.
    Have a great week, and thank you for stopping by my blog today.

    • Hi Jill, you’re welcome. If you ever get the chance to visit Prague, I highly recommend it!

  3. What a gorgeous photo, Nancie! 🙂

  4. Thank you, Mike!

  5. Looks like a beautiful place, Nancie!

    • Hi Salika, If you ever have the opportunity to visit, highly recommended!

  6. That absolutely looks like a painting. Beautiful shot, Nancie.

    • Thanks, Jackie, really one of the prettiest places in Prague.

  7. I’ve never been to Prague or Kampa Island. But it looks like a lovely spot for a romantic stroll or to just sit and read a book! Thanks for linking up for Wanderlust Wednesday!

    • My pleasure, Dana! If you ever have the chance to visit Prague, don’t hesitate. The city is a jewel!

  8. Thanks for introducing me to Kampa Island, Nancie. So picturesque!

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